After a cooler and wetter than normal spring, Nebraska is finally moving into a much warmer period in the first half of July, notes Climatologist Al Dutcher. The greatest likelihood for widespread moisture will be in the evening hours July 1-4 in the Panhandle.
It looks like we're not done with the rain yet. Expect widespread rainfall May 17-19, followed by several rounds of thunderstorms May 19-22, says climatologist Al Dutcher in his planting season and summer outlook.
Climatologist Al Dutcher takes a look back at this unusual winter and a look forward with what to expect in the next couple weeks. After all this snow, what's next? Flooding is going to be a very real concern.
A fall nitrogen application has a relatively high loss potential and is considered the riskiest N management practice. Consider breaking tradition and splitting your N applications next year to coincide with when your corn most needs more N.